Student Learning Opportunities
Area Learning Center provides educational programs tailored to meet the needs of at-risk learners and to help students earn a high school diploma.
- Diploma On! - the goal is to reduce barriers for students and increase graduation rates by contacting students previously dropped from their school programs and inviting them back to school.
Career and Technical Programs (Hennepin Technical Pathways) offers students in 11th and 12th grade the opportunity to fulfill high school electives and earn free college credits through Hennepin Technical College.
Gifted Education provides a range of K-12 gifted programs that serve and challenge students to reach their full potential.
Northern Star Online (online learning) allows students to earn high school credits through an online learning program.
Special Education provides highly-specialized programs to allow students with low-incidence impairments to receive a quality education to achieve their full potential.
Testing & Assessment ANNOUNCEMENT: District 287 will be administering the Minnesota Student Survey later this year. Please click on the link to review the announcement: Minnesota Student Survey Announcement.
World Language Programs offers up to five levels of various languages for credit to mature, highly motivated, independent students in grades 9 through 12. Students learn language and culture via two-way interactive cable television, or in a traditional classroom with an itinerant teacher, with some options available for online learning. Instructors are either native speakers or have had many years of teaching experience. Both the instructor and the curriculum are provided through Intermediate District 287's World Language Department.